Hollywood Warzone Turns Bloody – Famous Actor Gunned Down

According to numerous accounts, Johnny Wactor, the former star of the well-liked soap series “General Hospital,” was shot and died in downtown Los Angeles during an alleged heist of a catalytic converter. He was 37 years old.

Scarlett Wactor, her mother, told TMZ that early on Saturday morning in downtown Los Angeles, her son and one of his coworkers saw “three males fiddling with Johnny’s car.”

Wactor “did not try to resist or stop them,” according to the mother, but the men “shot him anyway before taking off.”

The man was suffering from a gunshot wound when police arrived at the scene of a 911 call on Saturday at about 3:25 a.m. PT, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

Despite Wactor’s quick arrival at a nearby hospital, the medical facility declared him deceased.

It is believed that a catalytic converter theft led to the fatal gunshot.

The suspects, according to the police, are still at large and unidentified.

Grant Watson, Johnny’s younger brother, confirmed the actor’s unexpected departure to KTLA.

David Shaul, Wactor’s talent representative, also verified Watson’s passing.

“Johnny Wactor was an amazing person. Not only was he a gifted actor who loved what he did, but he also set a true moral example for everyone he came into contact with. He embodied diligence, perseverance, and a never-give-up mentality. Shaul told Variety in a statement, “He always kept his chin up and kept trying for the best he could be, even amid the highs and lows of a hard job.” “We would love for everyone to have the opportunity to spend time with Johnny.” He would practically take off his shirt for you. He will always leave a void in our hearts after more than ten years of dating.”

In 2007, Wactor made his TV debut as an actor in the sitcom “Army Wives.”

The well-known actor gained popularity when he played Brando Corbin in 164 “General Hospital” episodes from 2020 to 2022.

In addition, he made appearances in a number of well-known TV series, including Criminal Minds, NCIS, and Westworld.

Wactor has been working continuously since “General Hospital.” He was most recently involved in pre-production work for the television film “Nightmare Diaries,” according to IMDb.

Call the LAPD’s Central Station at 213-486-6606 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477 to provide confidential information about the fatal shooting.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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